Biking Hydration

Stay fluid. From hot laps after work to traversing mountain ranges on the weekend, the good times are always rolling, and they always roll better and further with proper hydration systems.

Supplementing with Electrolytes

Water isn’t the only thing that needs replenishing while participating in high-output activities. When you sweat, your body loses valuable electrolytes it needs to maintain peak performance, and depletion of these essential minerals can increase the effects of dehydration and cause ride/run/hike ending muscle cramping. Fortunately, with a bit of consideration, managing your electrolyte levels is fairly easy.
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The Easy Carry Dakine Hot Laps 5L

Dakine is leading the lumbar pack revolution in mountain biking and the Hot Laps 5L is their flagship model. The idea is simple: lowering your center of gravity improves your ability to maneuver on the trail, especially around tight corners. With a 2 liter HydraPak lumbar reservoir included—and space for your phone, tools, food, and a light shell—the Hot Laps is ideal for quick missions after work and 2-3 hour rides on the weekend.